If you’re familiar with the delicious confection, you’ll be able to make the connection. The flowers of Snowball are covered in trichomes when cultivated properly, and its cured buds look as if they’ve been iced.
Snowball’s scent and flavor have a mix of fuel, citrus, and cream amid its light earthen tones.
This indica-leaning strain has a dominant terpene profile that includes caryophyllene, which is one of the only known terpenes to interact with CB2 receptors. This might reflect why this strain’s effects have been described by consumers as being potently relaxing. Some have used it to help with pain while others take advantage of its potential to help sedate.
Another dominant terpene in Snowball is humulene, which has been linked in reducing inflammation.
THC levels have been shown to reach close to 30% and it’s no wonder when regarding this strain’s appearance.
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